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Lawrence Jackson

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Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
The always undervalued Matt Ryan will look to build upon his already impressive finish from last season. The Falcons record, along with the string of in juries on defense made many forget that Ryan put up numbers similar to his 2016 MVP season.
Deshaun Watson (QB - HOU)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Deshaun Watson (QB - HOU)
With a full receiving corps and what should be an improved line, Watson should be able to put his running and passing ability on full display. The lack of a mid-tier to elite running back will mean Watson will have to shoulder more of the rushing load as well.
Patrick Mahomes (QB - KC)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Patrick Mahomes (QB - KC)
Most feel like regression is inevitable for the reigning NFL MVP. It is to be expected, however don't be silly and think Mahomes will completely fall off. He will once again be in the mix to be fantasy football's MVP.
Aaron Rodgers (QB - GB)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Aaron Rodgers (QB - GB)
Critics are using his "rift" with new Packers HC Matt LaFleur to decrease his value. The young Packers receivers should take the next step in complementing all-world WR Davante Adams. More weapons for Rodgers means more fantasy points.
Carson Wentz (QB - PHI)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Carson Wentz (QB - PHI)
Now two years removed from an ACL injury that ruined his 2017 MVP caliber season, I fully expect Wentz to bounce back in a major way. Wentz has plenty to prove after watching backup Nick Foles become successful. Armed with a few new toys, Wentz will knock on the elites door.
Russell Wilson (QB - SEA)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Russell Wilson (QB - SEA)
Russell Wilson and DK Metcalf working out in L.A. (soure: Pro Football Talk)
Andrew Luck (QB - FA)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Andrew Luck (QB - FA)
Luck has been listed in conversations for the MVP award as well as being predicted to lead the league in a few passing categories. That continued this week as Luck was listed as the favorite to lead the NFL in passing touchdowns-along with Patrick Mahomes-per Bovada. (Source: Colts Wire)
Ben Roethlisberger (QB - PIT)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Ben Roethlisberger (QB - PIT)
In 2018, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger led the league in passing yards with 5,129. Roethlisberger also led the league in passing attempts, completions and interceptions. In other words, Roethlisberger threw the ball a ton. Will he do it again in 2019? Not according to Odds Shark. They put out their odds for which quarterbacks are most likely to lead the NFL in passing yards in 2019. Big Ben isn't the favorite. (Source: Steelers Wire)
Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
The always undervalued Matt Ryan will look to build upon his already impressive finish from last season. The Falcons record, along with the string of in juries on defense made many forget that Ryan put up numbers similar to his 2016 MVP season.
Deshaun Watson (QB - HOU)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Deshaun Watson (QB - HOU)
With a full receiving corps and what should be an improved line, Watson should be able to put his running and passing ability on full display. The lack of a mid-tier to elite running back will mean Watson will have to shoulder more of the rushing load as well.
Patrick Mahomes (QB - KC)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Patrick Mahomes (QB - KC)
Most feel like regression is inevitable for the reigning NFL MVP. It is to be expected, however don't be silly and think Mahomes will completely fall off. He will once again be in the mix to be fantasy football's MVP.
Aaron Rodgers (QB - GB)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Aaron Rodgers (QB - GB)
Critics are using his "rift" with new Packers HC Matt LaFleur to decrease his value. The young Packers receivers should take the next step in complementing all-world WR Davante Adams. More weapons for Rodgers means more fantasy points.
Carson Wentz (QB - PHI)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Carson Wentz (QB - PHI)
Now two years removed from an ACL injury that ruined his 2017 MVP caliber season, I fully expect Wentz to bounce back in a major way. Wentz has plenty to prove after watching backup Nick Foles become successful. Armed with a few new toys, Wentz will knock on the elites door.
Russell Wilson (QB - SEA)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Russell Wilson (QB - SEA)
Russell Wilson and DK Metcalf working out in L.A. (soure: Pro Football Talk)
Andrew Luck (QB - FA)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Andrew Luck (QB - FA)
Luck has been listed in conversations for the MVP award as well as being predicted to lead the league in a few passing categories. That continued this week as Luck was listed as the favorite to lead the NFL in passing touchdowns-along with Patrick Mahomes-per Bovada. (Source: Colts Wire)
Ben Roethlisberger (QB - PIT)
Thu, Aug 15
Player Note on Ben Roethlisberger (QB - PIT)
In 2018, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger led the league in passing yards with 5,129. Roethlisberger also led the league in passing attempts, completions and interceptions. In other words, Roethlisberger threw the ball a ton. Will he do it again in 2019? Not according to Odds Shark. They put out their odds for which quarterbacks are most likely to lead the NFL in passing yards in 2019. Big Ben isn't the favorite. (Source: Steelers Wire)
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